The games come thick and fast in the Europa League, with Levante v Hannover, Napoli v PSV Eindhoven, Plzen v Atletico Madrid, Inter v Neftchi, Maribor v Lazio available with Bet365’s live stream service.
There are some massive fixtures in the Europa League this week and with this being the final round of group matches, it is all to play for.
Current holders of the tournament, Atletico Madrid, have not been at their best this campaign in Europe’s second club competition and although they have secured qualification, they also know they must get a result away to Viktoria Plzen to ensure they top the group.
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German side Borussia Monchengladbach will be looking for a point to ensure qualification when they travel to Fenerbahce, who have been one of the best sides to watch this campaign.
One of the pick of the ties has to be between Levante and Hannover though as the two teams have already qualified and can come into this one with the pressure off.
They both love to play attacking football – so this could be full of goals. The Spanish side have already beaten Helsingborg and FC Twente at home in the Europa League, while Mirko Slomka’s side are having an indifferent time in Bundesliga, having lost at their last two, losing Mainz last week and been demolished 5-0 at Bayern Munich.
Levante, therefore look more than worth a bet at 11/10.
Stuttgart then know a win against Molde would be enough to see them progress to the next round.
Inter Milan should then be comfortable winners when they travel to Neftçi, a team that have only managed to accumulate two points during the group stages.
Inter are safely into the knockout stages and sure to rest a number of key men in this one, however it seems that manager Andrea Stramaccioni has once again omitted Wesley Sneijder from the squad for the game,as the Dutchman continues to be left out in the cold due to a contract dispute.
This could once again overshadow the tie, with the side from Azerbaijan available at a big price of 8/1.
Lyon, much like Inter, head into a game with the pressure of them and they will be looking to put on a show for their fans’ when they entertain Ironi Kiryat Shmona, whilst Napoli and PSV Eindhoven also meet.
Walter Mazzarri’s side have already qualified for the knockout stages, however they will want to avenge the 3-0 drubbing given out to them by Dick Advocaat’s PSV in the reverse fixture.
With Edinson Cavani likely to start the game, the Azzurri look a very healthy bet at 8/11 for the home win.
Young Boys v Anzhi Makhachkala is a game that has plenty at stake as the Swiss side know a win could see them pinch second place if Liverpool fail to win their match.
Last season’s runners-up Athletic Bilbao have nothing to play for as they have already been knocked out. However, they will still be looking for three points when they take on Sparta Prague.
There is sure to be plenty of drama in some of these big matches taking place, so expect a number of twists and turns throughout the evening.